Actor Rana Daggubati is geared up to make the next biggest leap of his career after Baahubali and Nene Raju Nene Mantri with his forthcoming film "Aranya".
The tri-lingual movie shot in 2 different countries, in 4wildest forest locales in Kerala, Mahabaleshwar, Mumbai in India, and in Thailand, took 250 days to shoot, involving 145 cast and crews.
“It is an incredible film and equally incredible role,” says this tri-lingual movie protagonist, Rana.
In the recently released teaser of Aranya, Ran Daggubati introduces himself as "Bandev", - the lord of the fore stand the guard of wildlife. The buddies of Bandev in the movie are a herd of 16 intelligent elephants, who respond to Bandev's calls and whistles including Unnikrishnan-the focal elephant.
Touted to be a true story, Aranya will release on April 2. While Pulkit Samrat co-stars with Rana in the Hindi film titled Haathi Mere Saathi, actor Vishnu Vishal features in the Tamil and Telugu versions, titled Kaadan and Aranya respectively. The film also stars actresses Shriya Pilgaonkar and Zoya Hussain in all three language versions.
Directed by Prabhu Solomon, the movie is about 'a man who fought for the jungle, the animals and against society'.